The Westminster Standards Compared to the Three Forms of Unity

After a quick overview of the history in which the Three Forms of Unity and the Westminster Standards were written, the article compares the two confessional standards and how the doctrine of election features in each one. The author explains that the Belgic Confession tends to be infralapsarian compared to the Westminster Standards, which are more supralapsarian (such terms are clearly defined in the article).

Just a Job?

How do you view your daily job? As simply a necessary evil, a means to an end, or as a fulfillment of our cultural mandate? This article explains that a Christian ought to view his work as an opportunity to be a co-worker with God, for the glory of God and the service of the neighbour. The author points out three considerations that impact our choice of a career: our inclination, our aptitude, and the circumstances wherein we exist.

Feminism and the Doctrine of the Triune God

Can the Triune God be used as a model for how men and women should relate? This article evaluates both the egalitarian and the complementarian positions on gender roles. The author shows that within the Trinity there is functional subordination, which flows from existential subordination. Working from this, men and women can be viewed as equal, and yet as having different roles.